December 5,  2003 TGIF

 The New Ronald Reagan Penny

GOP lawmakers trying to put Reagan on dime, get FDR off
San Francisco Chronicle, CA - 12-4-03

Republican lawmakers steamed over an unflattering television movie about Ronald Reagan are pushing to get his image on the dime in place of Franklin Delano Roosevelt's.

Democrats are fighting back with their own bill to keep FDR's profile in America's coin purses and said they don't want Roosevelt's legacy diminished...

Conservatives want Reagan on dimes - MSNBC

Oh , Brother . . Can You Spare a Dime ?
BuzzFlash - 12-5-03
... members of Congress have co-sponsored a bill to remove the profile of Franklin Delano Roosevelt from the dime and replace it with the face of Ronald Reagan.". ...
Australia in 'star wars' deal
The Australian, Australia - Dec 4, 2003
... The shield is the latest version of the space and ground-based "Star Wars" Strategic Defence Initiative proposed by former US President Ronald Reagan. ...

  Ronald Reagan should be on the penny instead, because that is all that trickled down to most Americans when he was president.


Clinton, others celebrate 10-year anniversary of landmark Brady Bill
Arizona Daily Sun, AZ - 12-5-03
..."We had a huge need: gun deaths were high," said Sarah Brady, who became a leading gun-control advocate after her husband, then-White House press secretary James Brady, was shot in an assassination attempt on former President Reagan in 1981. "We had a simple message: Keep guns out of the wrong hands."......Since Clinton signed the Brady bill on Nov. 30, 1993, 1 million illegal gun buyers have been stopped from buying a gun...

 


"President Bush signed what's being billed as the Healthy Forest Restoration Act. This is part of what he calls his clear skies legislation. Do you know why they call it that? Once you cut down all of the trees you have a clear view of the sky." óJay Leno
 


FROM: "Lawrence Smith" lsmith61@comcast.net

How about some Democratic Presidential quotes? Particularly from Slippy Clinton?
Make sure you interprety Clinton's "parsing" though

Slippy? That's a new one. So is interprety.

I'll give you a Clinton quote--"It's the economy, stupid."

Here's another one from Bill--"I ask you to join in a re-United States. We need to empower our people so they can take more responsibility for their own lives in a world that is ever smaller, where everyone counts. We need a new spirit of community, a sense that we are all in this together, or the American Dream will continue to wither. Our destiny is bound up with the destiny of every other American."

And this last quote from Bill seems to be about you.  "You can put wings on a pig, but you don't make it an eagle."
 

FROM: "Paul Machunski" machunski@charter.net 

HILLARYS ANKLES ARE AS FAT AS TED KENNEDYS LIVER
 
HILLARYS ASS IS A FAT AS TED KENNEDYS HEAD

Is that a quote from the drug addict Rush?  Sounds just like him.

 

FROM: Steve Bradenton

Hi Lisa,
Those reports of bush "sleeping well" just amaze me.
Steve

Hahaha Steve.  I just love your work.  Thanks.

SUBJECT: Your website


lisa: your web site all hat no cattle is a hoot.
merry christmas and all the best in 04. eddy


Thanks Eddy.



"President Bush said this week he wants to send men to the moon and then he was told we already did that back in 1969 and he said 'I was drinking then I don't remember the '60s." óJay Leno
 


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Bush decision angers steelworkers, relieves steel consumers
Fort Worth Star Telegram, TX - 12-5-03
... said they felt betrayed by President Bush's ... anger was not shared by steel consumers
who said the tariffs ... and I feel like he's broken his promise ...


"President Bush also signed a law this week that would allow the timber industry to cut down excess trees. If you're in the timber industry, excess trees are the ones that haven't been cut down yet." óJay Leno



"Enraging liberals is simply one of the more enjoyable side effects of my wisdom ."
--Rush Limbaugh

I think it is a side effect of Oxycontin.
 


Limbaugh Lawyer Blames Politics in Probe
Springfield News Sun, OH - 12-5-03
By JILL BARTON. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP)--Rush Limbaugh's attorney accused a
prosecutor Friday of having political motives for investigating whether the ...

Limbaugh allegedly ' doctor shopped '
Palm Beach Post, FL - 12-5-03


"Ronald Reagan was the greatest president of the twentieth century. "
--Rush Limbaugh

Another delusional quotation by Rush on OxyContin


Lisa....remember the we'll get em dead or alive....Mullah Omar??? How hard can it be to find a 6'5" guy in Afghanistan with a one-eyed sidekick? Good grief!

Cheryl
 

Bush is too busy stealing Iraq's oil to bother with bin Laden and boys.



 

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Complaint slams DeLay on charity
Boston Globe, MA - 12-5-03
WASHINGTON -- Two watchdog groups filed a complaint yesterday against House majority
leader Tom DeLay, asking that the Internal Revenue Service deny a tax ...

     


 

Bush pursues new rules for cattle grazing
Seattle Times, WA - 12-5-03
... the Natural Resources Defense Council, an environmental group, said that it expects the proposal to mark a return to practices that have allowed decades of overgrazing and other unsustainable grazing practices. ...


Moby, after saying that Fountains of Wayne deserved to win, said that the title of Barbra Streisand's "Movie Album" was "How to Defeat Our Current Inept President." He was loudly applauded by those in the room.

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Argentina says Britain admits nuclear weapons were in Falklands war zone
Fri Dec 5,10:47 AM ET


BUENOS AIRES (AFP) - The Argentine government said Britain has admitted that nuclear weapons were on some navy vessels used during the 1982 Falklands war...
 

The Brits would have used nukes to keep the Falklands?  Now that is scary.


 

Gusts of wind or a hard rock could spoil next month's landings of two robots designed to explore the surface of Mars, NASA said on December 2, 2003. But the U.S. space agency, shaken by the deaths of seven shuttle astronauts in February and the loss of two robotic missions to Mars in 1999, said it had spared no expense in planning for the latest rover mission.

(NASA/HO)

 

Peace.